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    • adelaide, south australia
    • permanent
    • AU$80,830 - AU$89,897, per year, superannuation
    • full-time
    As the Executive Assistant you will provide high level executive support to the Chief Executive of the Environment Protection Authority (EPA). Ensuring the Chief Executive’s schedule is well organised, informed and prepared will be your key deliverable. This role offers a rare opportunity to broaden your EA skills to include coordination, guidance and mentorship to the Executive Assistants to the EPA Directors. You will be working in a collaborative team environment where innovative ideas are encouraged. You will be joining a professional and respective work environment where staff are supported and empowered. You will be reporting to an approachable CE who values their employees and is highly regarded. The EPA proudly boasts a low staff turnover and high employee satisfaction scores and is continually looking for ways to innovate, build on sustainable industry practices, safeguard communities and the environment. Skills and Experience To be successful in this role you will be an experienced EA with government industry experience. You will have effective time management, organisational and task prioritisation skills. You will need the following skills and experience. With a professional communication approach you will be able to Develop and maintain key professional relationships.Previous experience supporting a senior executive within GovernmentProvide proactive support and anticipate needsHigh standard of written and verbal communication stylesIntermediate / Advanced Microsoft softwareWilling to learn and try new technology tools to improve role effectivenessAbout the EPA The EPA is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The EPA protects, restores and improves the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. The EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect our unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing. The EPA is an effective and trusted regulator who truly lives their vision: a better environment for the health, wellbeing and prosperity of all South Australians. BenefitsSecure your career within Government with this Ongoing, Full Time opportunityHigh level role where you will be involved in a number of projects and initiatives driving the EPA forwardWork directly with the EPA’s highly regarded Chief ExecutiveNext stepsYour application should comprise:A covering letter of no more than 3 pages describing your suitability for the role by addressing the selection criteriaYour curriculum vitae outlining your personal details, relevant work history, education, training courses, qualifications and professional membershipsAll applications must be submitted online via the apply link. For any confidential inquiries, please contact Shannon Jarvis on 08 8468 8006 or via email (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply. The sector is diverse and desires to increase in diversity and to create opportunities for more South Australians. Applications close: 13/08/2021 11:00 PMAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
    As the Executive Assistant you will provide high level executive support to the Chief Executive of the Environment Protection Authority (EPA). Ensuring the Chief Executive’s schedule is well organised, informed and prepared will be your key deliverable. This role offers a rare opportunity to broaden your EA skills to include coordination, guidance and mentorship to the Executive Assistants to the EPA Directors. You will be working in a collaborative team environment where innovative ideas are encouraged. You will be joining a professional and respective work environment where staff are supported and empowered. You will be reporting to an approachable CE who values their employees and is highly regarded. The EPA proudly boasts a low staff turnover and high employee satisfaction scores and is continually looking for ways to innovate, build on sustainable industry practices, safeguard communities and the environment. Skills and Experience To be successful in this role you will be an experienced EA with government industry experience. You will have effective time management, organisational and task prioritisation skills. You will need the following skills and experience. With a professional communication approach you will be able to Develop and maintain key professional relationships.Previous experience supporting a senior executive within GovernmentProvide proactive support and anticipate needsHigh standard of written and verbal communication stylesIntermediate / Advanced Microsoft softwareWilling to learn and try new technology tools to improve role effectivenessAbout the EPA The EPA is South Australia’s independent environment protection regulator. The EPA protects, restores and improves the environment through the risk-based regulation of pollution, waste, noise and radiation. The EPA works closely with industry, the community and government to protect our unique natural environment while supporting economic growth and improving wellbeing. The EPA is an effective and trusted regulator who truly lives their vision: a better environment for the health, wellbeing and prosperity of all South Australians. BenefitsSecure your career within Government with this Ongoing, Full Time opportunityHigh level role where you will be involved in a number of projects and initiatives driving the EPA forwardWork directly with the EPA’s highly regarded Chief ExecutiveNext stepsYour application should comprise:A covering letter of no more than 3 pages describing your suitability for the role by addressing the selection criteriaYour curriculum vitae outlining your personal details, relevant work history, education, training courses, qualifications and professional membershipsAll applications must be submitted online via the apply link. For any confidential inquiries, please contact Shannon Jarvis on 08 8468 8006 or via email (shannon.jarvis@randstad.com.au). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with a disability are strongly encouraged to apply. The sector is diverse and desires to increase in diversity and to create opportunities for more South Australians. Applications close: 13/08/2021 11:00 PMAt Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

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